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A question i forgot to anser on my last thread that i posted was does any body know about the rules for me going to school using my GI Bill? As i was in the military i would like to use my GI Bill if possible. its a way for me to get income without working. does that mean i would have to apply for a student visa along with my spousal one? or would i just put it in the comments section of my application? sorry i completely forgot to ask this along with my other thread.

I really wish they would make it a lil bit easier to understand everything on the visas and i wish they would be detailed lol i would be going through a 100% online school here in the states but obviously living over there. so anyone know?

thanks for the help if you know!!! :)
 

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A lot depends on the type of GI Bill you have (VEAP, Montgomery GI Bill, Post 9/11 GI Bill, other, etc...).
The VA administers the GI Bill(s). I recommend that you contact them directly.

I do not know about the visa.
 

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A question i forgot to anser on my last thread that i posted was does any body know about the rules for me going to school using my GI Bill? As i was in the military i would like to use my GI Bill if possible. its a way for me to get income without working. does that mean i would have to apply for a student visa along with my spousal one? or would i just put it in the comments section of my application? sorry i completely forgot to ask this along with my other thread.

I really wish they would make it a lil bit easier to understand everything on the visas and i wish they would be detailed lol i would be going through a 100% online school here in the states but obviously living over there. so anyone know?

thanks for the help if you know!!! :)
You only need 1 visa and a student visa is for students who are going to be studying at UK universities so this wouldn't apply to you.
 

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The spouse visa is the "more powerful" of the two visas - if you are granted a spouse visa, you have the right to attend school and even to work (if you can find a job). So, just the one.
Cheers,
Bev
 

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Bevdeforges said:
The spouse visa is the "more powerful" of the two visas - if you are granted a spouse visa, you have the right to attend school and even to work (if you can find a job). So, just the one.
Cheers,
Bev
Sorry I never replied thank you very much. (beret late then never)
 
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